First, I want to convey my sorrow for your experiences and to let you know that I personally identify with your experiences.
Next, I think that BlueRose is 100% spot on - this isn't about hating men, it's about self-esteem, self-value, self-assurance, self-love, and every other healthy "Self-ism" that has been lacking since your childhood experiences. My feeling and belief is that only a trained and licensed professional counselor can assist in processing a lifetime of traumas and guiding us onto our personal Healing Paths.
It's hard work, 123Erica, but I promise that the effort is well worth it. And, it's not going to happen, overnight. Recovery and healing from a lifetime of traumas takes time, patience, understanding, guidance, and kindness. We didn't become "this way," in one day, week, month, or year. We are carrying a lifetime of traumas that just adds layers and layers to our beings, perceptions, beliefs, and opinions of ourselves, and others. So, the emotional layers translates into physical layers - I also know this from personal experience. There is a definite correlation.
My very best and most sincere wishes to you on your journey - you are unique and priceless in this whole vast Universe and you are valued and important. I know that it doesn't "feel" like this is true, but it is and it will become a fact as you travel down your own Healing Path.